very clean and comfortable bed. single room had all I needed. breakfast was very reasonable and presented well.
breakfast was costly and served on cold plates plus luke warm food warmers. Coffee and tea was also warm. Overall breakfast was a failure.
Location was perfect. Close to shopping centre and sporting complex we needed to get too.
Surprisingly quiet for such a heavily used road. The spa room was a welcome and appreciated upgrade.
Great apartment, great service ,...................
So you're considering heading to Wagga Wagga Botanic Gardens? We're here to help!
It's located in Wagga Wagga, and we're sure you're keen to know what the best way is of getting there. Many make the 160 kilometres journey from Canberra, that nation's buzzing capital.
Arrange to stay at one of the 26 hotels within a short commute of Wagga Wagga Botanic Gardens. Check out the rates at the Best Western Plus Charles Sturt Suites & Apartments (2 kilometres), the Quest Wagga Wagga (3 kilometres) and the Best Western Ambassador Inn (2 kilometres).
Or, you could always be a little extravagant in one of the many top-notch hotels in the surrounding area. You'll be sure to have a blast at the Mercure Wagga Wagga or the Townhouse Hotel, 2 kilometres and 2 kilometres away, respectively.
When you're desperate for a nice coffee, make your way to Infuso (3a/44-66 Fernleigh Road, Mount Austin), only 0.7 kilometres away from Wagga Wagga Botanic Gardens. If you're looking for a delicious meal, head over to Elements at the Gardens. You'll find it at Botanic Gardens Turvey Park, 43 Tom Wood Drive, Wagga Wagga.
Wagga Wagga Botanic Gardens is a relaxing walk of a kilometre from Wagga Wagga, the closest station. So, get on board and leave the rush-hour issues behind you!
Hotels in Wagga Wagga Botanic Gardens start at AU$85 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.